Amplified Selected as Official Sponsor of World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Inventor Assistance Program and Adopted as a Patent Search Tool
Supporting inventors in developing countries with a data platform using AI
Amplified selected as a patent search/collaboration tool for the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Inventor Assistance Program for Developing Countries. WIPO-backed inventors in developing countries use Amplified to research patents and challenge themselves to get better rights.
amplified ai, inc. (Headquarters: San Francisco, USA; CEO: Samuel Davis) has been selected as an official sponsor of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Inventor Support Program for Developing Countries.
Mr. Alvaro Leal, an inventor adopted by IAP
WIPO offers the Inventor Assistance Program (IAP) to assist inventors in developing countries. In the IAP, WIPO acts as an intermediary between patent attorneys and inventors in each country and provides support for filing patent applications using patent information, in order to support inventors and small and medium-sized enterprises in developing countries in creating inventions and obtaining rights. increase. While developing countries have a desire to improve their own research and development capabilities and increase the number of inventions originating in their own countries, engineers and companies in the field still lack the patent information infrastructure and know-how to acquire rights that developed countries have. . Through the IAP, WIPO supports inventors in developing countries who are unable to receive sufficient rights protection and legal support under these circumstances.
This time, Amplified is the first and only patent information service provider to be selected as an IAP sponsor. We provide IAP programs with access to Amplified at no charge. The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC), which participates in the IAP, says that after the trial period of Amplified, the time for high-level patent searches has been cut in half. In the future, inventors selected for the IAP program can freely use Amplified with examiners and patent attorneys who are volunteering for the IAP program, and have the right to use patent information through close communication on Amplified. We will acquire.
We believe that the adoption of the WIPO IAP this time is one embodiment of Amplified’s vision of “making patent information accessible to everyone and amplifying people’s creativity.” Amplified will continue to strive to realize this vision.
Here is the official WIPO release on the matter:
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